It's 9:45pm and we are all sat down in non-cycling gear drinking Guiness and waiting for our Sirloin Steaks to arrive.
We cycled in a 1:3 formation today with Ian taking the A roads by himself and the rest of us taking a mixture of roads and the NCN.
We all climbed to this summit which meant that from here the 35 miles into Carrbridge were virtually all downhill.
Today it was Adrian's turn for the puncture. We would have been an hour earlier if it hadn't been for that.
The only other news is that we have have all lost the only thing that distinguishes the human being from the chimpanze - the opposing thumb. I've already mentioned the problem pouring tea in the morning, now drinking Guiness is a two-handed operation. Handlebar vibration is a terrible thing.